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Description: Wisconsin high school student Jeff Mattox is shown playing a game of tic-tac-toe against the machine he constructed. A screen shows the squares, and a mass...
Description: Dick Collman, soliciting contributions by telephone, is one of the "Polio Pioneers" celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Salk vaccine trial by helping w...
Description: Governor-elect Philip F. La Follette reads a telegram at the La Follette campaign headquarters.
Description: The original caption states, "the Wisconsin Telephone Co.'s one-millionth telephone now in service was presented to Gov. Vernon W. Thomson by Charles E. Wa...
Description: Armand F. Ketterer, principal of Franklin Elementary School, shown discussing an Education Week poster with four eighth grade pupils. Left to right: Sandra...
Description: Mrs. Alice Ferguson, director of home service for Madison Gas and Electric Company, will be the judge for the "Wisconsin State Journal's" fourth and final...
Description: In the newsroom of the "Wisconsin State Journal", an employee with the newly acquired Associated Press wire photo sending and receiving machine.
Description: View looking down at the Save the Mounds demonstration on the ground floor of the Wisconsin State Capitol against Assembly Bill 620. In the center is a dru...
Description: View of the bedroom of the Governor's Suite in the new Edgewater Hotel, 666 Wisconsin Avenue. The room is decorated in restful browns and beiges, accented...
Description: Display of some of the 5,000 entries that came into the "Capital Times" office for the first "Cut Out Puzzle" contest of the "Boots" character from the "Bo...
Description: Portrait of a young man assumed to be an employee of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, taken inside the Wisconsin state capitol building.
Description: Mrs. Rose E. Amoth works at the new police telephone switchboard at the police station, 14 South Webster Street.
Description: Save the Mounds demonstration around the Capitol Square against Assembly Bill 620. Two protestors hold a banner that reads: "Yo, WI-GOP-Thugs, Why Not 'Dev...
Description: Elevated view of part of the City Room with staff, "Wisconsin State Journal".
Description: The theme "Every Call Counts" at the first United Givers report luncheon will be symbolized by the huge replica of a telephone. Shown with the phone are (l...
Description: Maple Bluff fire chief Lawrence Nielsen places the first official dial call on Madison's new 100 percent dial phone service.
Description: Glenn M. Wise (Mrs. John Wise), Wisconsin's first woman Secretary of State, at her desk in the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Description: Democratic leadership on the Wisconsin Assembly floor: left to right: Robert T. Huber, minority leader; David R. Obey, assistant minority leader, and Norma...
Description: Editorial staff of the Wisconsin State Journal gathered around a table. L to R: Harold McClelland, State Editor; (sitting) Lawrence Fitzpatrick, Cit...
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